Oaks Day and Derby Day Camps

Day camps and overnight camps for Oaks and Derby Day

Oaks Derby Camps

Oaks Day and Derby Day are fun for kids and adults alike, but sometimes we like to celebrate in different ways. Here are some fun drop off Oaks Derby camps.


Oaks and Derby Day Camps:

Camp HiHo– Oaks Day 9am – 7:30pm. Lunch and dinner provided. Optional transportation. Fishing, archery, boating, arts and crafts, basketball, dodgeball, zip line, rope swings, tree forts and of course horse-riding and brushing. There will also be fun horse racing-themed games and competitions to keep with the spirit of the day and possibly pets in the pet barn that will need some attention from campers.

YMCA Camp Piomingo Derby Camp– Weekend camp for kids 6-16! Check in at 10am on 5/3, check out 1pm on 5/5. It will be a weekend full of games, songs, horsey arts & crafts, traditional Derby foods and furlongs of fun. We will even watch the famous race & cheer for our Derby favorites. A one-way bus is provided for campers on Oaks Day for an additional fee.

Zaniac- Oaks Day Discovery Day Camp, 8am – 5pm. Half day options also available for Oaks Day.  Campers will need to bring lunch. Explore engineering concepts and science through robotics and MINECRAFT as well as game design in computer  programming and 3D printing.

All About Kids Louisville– Day camp from 9am – 5pm. Early drop off and late pickup options also available.

Hwang’s Martial Arts– Typically offers camps for Oaks. Watch their Facebook page for details.

KaZoing– Full and half day camp options available.

Kentucky Science Center– 8 am – 5 pm. School’s Out Science Camp. Theme varies per age group.

Louisville Equestrian Center– Full day options for Oaks & Derby, late option available for Oaks Day. Learn about horse racing, design a jockey silk, decorate a derby hat and more! 502-477-0830.

Turnip the Beet– 8:30 am – 4:00 pm Oaks Day-Derby Foods. Includes lunch. Ages 7 and up.


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